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File:كتاب تاريخ الأدب العربي للمستشرق الألماني كارل بروكلمان.JPG|thumbnail|History of Arabic Literature 1909 - Carl Brocklmann '''Carl Brockelmann''' (17 September 1868 – 6 May 1956) German Semitic studies|Semiticist, was the foremost Orientalism|orientalist of his generation. He was a professor at the universities in University of Wrocław|Breslau, Berlin and, from 1903, University of Königsberg|Königsberg. He is best known for his multi-volume ''Geschichte der arabischen Litteratur'' (1898–1902) (History of Arabic literature) which included all writers in Arabic to 1937, and remains the fundamental reference volume for all Arabic literature, apart from the Christian Arabic texts (covered by Georg Graf). He also published ''Syrische Grammatik mit Litteratur, Chrestomathie und Glossar'' (1899), ''Semitische Sprachwissenschaft'' (1906), ''Lexicon syriacum'' (1928), and...
Birth date17 September 1868
Birth placeRostock, now Mecklenburg-Vorpommern State, Germany
Death date6 May 1956 (aged 87)
Death placeHalle an der Saale, now Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
OccupationGerman people|German Author, University of Wrocław professor, Oriental studies|Orientalist, Semiticist
Known for| notable_works = Geschichte der arabischen Litteratur (1898–1902),
Lexicon Syriacum (1895),
Kurzgefasste vergleichende Grammatik der semitischen Sprachen (1908),
Abessinsche Studien (1950)
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